Summer registration under way for WMU classes
April 14, 2007
KALAMAZOO--With Western Michigan University's Summer I session beginning May 7 and its Summer II session starting June 28, new and returning students can register now for courses available at all WMU campuses, including branch campuses in Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Muskegon/Holland, South Haven and Traverse City.
Students are encouraged to register early to secure preferred class selections and to take advantage of financial aid opportunities. Information on undergraduate and graduate courses as well as registration details can be found at: eup.wmich.edu/enrollment/spring07.
WMU branch campuses offer a range of degree options and special summer programs.
Through WMU's Mallinson Institute for Science Education summer workshops and courses are offered that are aligned with Michigan's Benchmarks and Standards for Science Education to help pre-K-12 teachers update their science content knowledge. For more information, visit www.eup.wmich.edu/enrollment/science.
WMU's Department of Teaching, Learning and Educational Studies offers new, intensive three-week summer Teacher Institutes, as well as courses offered in four-week, six-week, and eight-week terms. For information on course offerings and registration, visit www.wmich.edu/coe/tles/teacher-insititute.
WMU branch campuses also offer a variety of courses in the following master's degree programs: counselor education and counseling psychology, educational leadership, family and consumer sciences, public administration and social work. For details, visit www.eup.wmich.edu/courses.
WMU branch campuses serve more than 1,500 students each year in state-of-the-art facilities throughout west and northern Michigan. Questions regarding admissions, registration and advising can be answered by contacting any of the following area branch campuses.
WMU-Grand Rapids, The Graduate Center-Downtown
WMU-Grand Rapids, The Graduate Center-Beltline
Office of Lifelong Learning and Education
Media contact: Cheryl Roland, (269) 387-8400, firstname.lastname@example.org